Brad GalbraithResearch Attorney
Brad Galbraith is focused on developing public policies that improve the lives of abused and abandoned children across the United States.
At the Center for the Rights of Abused Children, Brad is responsible for researching and writing laws that give children access to safe, permanent, loving homes. He became personally aware of the need for strong, child-centered advocacy and policy through his experiences as an adoptive father and public policy professional.
Before joining the Center for the Rights of Abused Children, Brad worked on child-centered policies ranging from protecting abused and neglected children to education. He has researched and published on critical public policy issues, directed legislative advocacy efforts throughout the western United States, and served as the policy director for one of the nation’s governors.
Brad holds a bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University and a juris doctor degree from Western Michigan University Cooley Law School. He lives in Queen Creek, Arizona, with his wife and two children and enjoys spending time outdoors with his family.